01 Mar 2020

Amazing Opportunity – Partnership at Glenfalloch Restaurant

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Ready for a fantastic restaurant opportunity in a glorious location?

Glenfalloch Woodland Garden on Otago Peninsula, famous for hosting generations of Dunedin celebrations, is available for a catering partnership from April 2020. Currently #1 Dunedin restaurant on TripAdvisor!
Otago Peninsula Trust, the property owner, is seeking a partner to continue the proud Glenfalloch tradition of superb hospitality in a stunning setting.
Glenfalloch Chalet, a splendid venue seating around 130 people is a stylish building set within a lush historic garden. 30 acre Glenfalloch Woodland Garden was established in the 1870s and has a special place in local’s hearts. It’s a place for celebration, for generations of weddings and special events. It’s the perfect place to escape for moments of tranquillity, beauty and superb food.
In the past few years the Trust has invested significantly in the Glenfalloch chalet to create a fresh new look for the elegant restaurant. Guest feedback has been fantastic with the new décor connecting the interior sympathetically with the lush garden surrounds – it’s like dining in a gorgeous conservatory. The Trust is excited to offer the opportunity to take Glenfalloch restaurant forward with a new partnership to exciting new heights. It’s the perfect surround for creative cuisine experiences and an escape from the city, just 10 minute’s drive from Dunedin city, situated on spectacular Otago Peninsula.
The premises consist of a stylish restaurant/function venue seating up to 130 people, with room on the huge deck, back courtyard and lawns to expand and host many more guests, on-site parking and access to the Trust’s facilities enhance the operational capabilities. Glenfalloch is a cherished property in the heart of Otago Peninsula.
Otago Peninsula Trust is New Zealand’s first private charitable conservation trust established in 1967, an ecotourism pioneer with a mission ‘To preserve and enhance Otago Peninsula’.
Contact Robyn McDonald, CEO, 021 341 258 robyn@albatross.org.nz
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